Corporate Responsibility

Resion begins by establishing relationships with third-party vendors who share our values and represent our dedication to responsible workplace practices. Our global supply chain spans North America, Asia and Europe and our commitments include compliance with federal, state and local legislation and company-led initiatives.

Resion Code of Conduct

Resion has a comprehensive Code of Business Conduct that sets standards and expectations for employee behavior both at work and in the marketplace. This code is based on our guiding principles: integrity, respect, honesty, quality, responsibility and fairness. We engage only with business partners, suppliers and vendors who share our commitment to these principles. Employees actively participate and are continuously trained on an annual basis. (Details provided upon request)

Anti-corruption compliance and training

Resion is committed to conducting business free from extortion, bribery and all unlawful, unethical or fraudulent activity. Resion partners must not offer, give, promise or authorize any bribe, gift, loan, fee, reward or other advantage to any government official or employee, any customer, any Resion employee or any other person to obtain any business advantage or improperly influence any action or decision. Resion business partners, suppliers and vendors must comply with all applicable international anti-corruption laws and regulations, including the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and the UK Bribery Act

Slavery and Human Trafficking Policy Statement

In accordance with the California Supply Chain Transparency Act (SB 657 and UK Modern Slavery Act, and the revised Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 52.222-50 (Combating Trafficking in Persons) and new FAR provision 52.222-56 (Certification Regarding Trafficking Persons Compliance Plan) aimed at removing slavery and human trafficking from the U.S. Federal Government contracting supply chain. The following Resion statement articulates our efforts around recognizing and preventing human trafficking and slavery in the global supply chain and ensuring continued training and efforts to maintain and improve systems and processes to avoid complicity in human rights violations related to our operations, supply chain and products.